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An Important Group of Books, Letters, and Journals relating to Boris Grigoriev
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An Important Group of Books, Letters, and Journals relating to Boris Grigoriev
Estimate
60,00080,000
LOT SOLD. 92,500 USD
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An Important Group of Books, Letters, and Journals relating to Boris Grigoriev

Vasily Kamensky, Zemlyanka. St Petersburg: Obshestvennaya Iolva, 1911, (8 ½  by 7 in.; 21.5 by 18 cm) 172 pages with black and white illustrations by Boris Grigoriev; Palais des Beaux-Arts de Bruxelles, Art Russe (catalogue for the exhibition), Éditions des Chaiers de Belgique, Brussels, 1930. (9 ¾  by 8 in.; 25 by 20 cm) 95 pages plus 64 black and white plates. Two plates of works by Boris Grigoriev: XLVIII and XLIX; The New Gallery, Russian Painting and Sculpture, New York, 1923. (9 by 7 ¼  in.; 23 by 18.5 cm) Catalogue for the exhibition at the New Gallery, with foreword by William Henry Fox and introduction and catalogue by Christian Brinton. Cover design by Vadim Anatolievich Chernov, printed for the Brooklyn Museum by Redfield-Kendrick-Odell Company. First Impression, three thousand copies; M. E. Vainbaum, Na Razni Temi. New York: Novoye Russkoye Slovo 1956. (8 ¼  by 5 ½  in. 21 by 14 cm) 396 pages with chapter on Boris Grigoriev, pages 218- 224; Serge-Aljosja Stommels, Boris Dmitrievich Grigoriev: A Biography, Nijmegen: 1993, (9 ½  by 6 ¾  in.; 24 by 17 cm) 113 pages; Boris Grigoriev, Rasseia, Berlin: 1922. (10 ¼  by 8 ¼  in.; 26 by 21 cm) In Russian. With one color illustration and black and white illustrations by Boris Grigoriev and articles by Aleksei Tolstoy, Anatoly Zhaikevich, Aleksandr Benois and Boris Grigoriev; Boris Grigoriev, Intimité, Peterburg: V.M. Yasny, 1918. (13 ¾  by 10 in.; 35 by 25.5 cm); Boris Grigoriev, Rasseia, St. Petersburg: V.M. Yasny, 1918 (13 ½  by 9 ½  in.; 34.5 by 24 cm). With articles by P. Shchegolev, N. Radlov, B. Grigoriev. Copy 448 out of 750 copies. 33 plates mounted on 16 originally designed wallpaper. First edition; Boris Grigoriev, Boui Bouis, Berlin: Razum-Verlag, 1924 (14 ¼  by 10 ¾  in.; 36.5 by 27.5 cm) With articles by Claude Farrère, S. Makowsky and B. Schloezer; Boris Grigoriev, Visages de Russie, Paris: Librairie P. Ollendorff, 1923 (14 ½  by 11 in.; 37 by 28 cm) Example 18 of 450. With black and white and color plates of paintings by Boris Grigoriev; Der Moskowitische Eros: A Collection of Russian Erotic Short Stories, Münich: Allgemeine Verlagsanstalt, 1924. (8 ¾  by 6 in.; 22.5 by 15 cm) 131 pages. Illustrations by Boris Grigoriev; Boris Grigoriev, Rasseia, Berlin: Müller & Co. Verlag, 1921. (10 ¼  by 8 in.; 26 by 20.5 cm). In German. With black and white and color plates by Boris Grigoriev; Letters and documents of and relating to Boris Grigoriev: Signed handwritten receipt from Konstantin Korovin to Boris Grigoriev, 1934; Signed and typed letter from Mark Weinbaum, editor of Novoye Russkoye Slovo to V.Bashkirov, August 2, 1939; Signed and typed letter from Christian Brinton regarding American citizenship of Boris Grigoriev, September 10, 1936; Typed Letter to Robert F. Kelley, Chief of Department of Eastern European Affairs regarding Boris Grogirev, August 29, 1936; Handwritten letter from Boris Grigoriev to Vladimir Bashkirov, 1934, on Hotel Laurelton, New York letterhead; Handwritten letter from Boris Grigoriev to Modest Lazarevich, 1934, on Hotel Laurelton, New York letterhead; Handwritten letter from Boris Grigoriev to Saveli Abramovich Sorin, not dated, on Regis Lunch Inc. letterhead; Handwritten autobiographical notes by Boris Grigoriev, 3 pages; Handwritten letter from Boris Grigoriev to V. Bashkirov, not dated, on Hotel Ritz, Paris letterhead; Handwritten letter from Boris Grigoriev to V. Bashkirov, not dated, circa 1934; Handwritten letter from Boris Grigoriev to editor of the New York Times, not dated, circa 1933; Handwritten letter from Boris Grigoriev to Vladimir Bashkirov, not dated, circa 1933; Handwritten letter from Boris Grigoriev to Vladimir Bashkirov, February 2, 1933, New York; Handwritten letter from Boris Grigoriev to Vladimir Bashkirov, June 3, 1933, Borisella; Handwritten letter from Boris Grigoriev to Vladimir Bashkirov, June 15, 1933, Paris; Handwritten letter from Boris Grigoriev to Vladimir Bashkirov, June 21, 1933, Paris, on Café Moderne Bar letterhead; Handwritten letter from Boris Grigoriev to Vladimir Bashkirov, June 23, 1933, Borisella; Handwritten letter from Boris Grigoriev to Vladimir Bashkirov, July 10, 1933, Borisella; Handwritten letter from Boris Grigoriev to Vladimir Bashkirov, July 13, 1933, Borisella; Handwritten letter from Boris Grigoriev to Vladimir Bashkirov, 1933, Borisella; Handwritten letter from Boris Grigoriev to Vladimir Bashkirov, September 25, 1934, Borisella; Handwritten letter from Boris Grigoriev to Vladimir Bashkirov, October 6, 1934, Borisella; Handwritten letter from Boris Grigoreiv to Vladimir Bashkirov, April 22, 1938; Handwritten letter from Boris Grigoriev to Vladimir Bashkirov, July 29, 1938, Borisella; Handwritten letter from Boris Grigoriev to Vladimir Bashkirov, August 1, 1933, large (43.5 by 35.5 cm); Moi Zhurnal, edited by A.E. Burtsev,St. Petersburg, 5 issues: 1913, nos. 10, 6 and 17 (6 illustrated with works by Grigoriev) and 1914, nos. 5 and 12 (each approximately 9 ¾  by 9 ¼  in.; 25 by 23.5 cm); Museo de Bellas Artes, Boris Grigorieff, Santiago de Chile, 1928, with handwritten inscription by Boris Grigoriev, 43 pages (10 by 7 ½  in.; 25.5 by 19 cm) (exhibition catalogue); Adademy of Allied Arts, Boris Grigorieff, New York, November-December 1935, with handwritten inscription by Boris Grigoriev (10 ½  by 9 in.; 27 by 23 cm) (exhibition catalogue); Cover of Journal "Plamya", no. 33, 1918 (10 by 7 ¼  in.; 25.5 by 18.5 cm); Journal "Plamya", no. 58, 1919, with cover illustration by Boris Grigoriev and illustrations by Boris Grigoriev (11 by 8 in.; 28 by 20 cm); Journal "Perezvonii", no. 42, 1929 with articles about Boris Grigoriev and black and white and color plates of paintings by Grigoriev. (11 ¾ by 9 in.; 30 by 23 cm); Georgette Passedoit, Boris Grigoriev, New York (7 ½ by 3 ½  in.; 19 by 9 cm) (exhibition listing); "Art Digest", December 15, 1935, with advertisement for Boris Grigorieff painting classes at the Academy of Allied Arts, p. 29 (11 ¾ by 8 ½  in.; 30 by 21.5 cm); "Art Digest", December 1, 1935, with article titled "Years of Grigoriev's Art is on View" re: Academy of Allied Arts exhibition, December, 1935, p. 12


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